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THE DAlLf BEE-COUNOJL BLUFFS , IOWA TUESDAY MAY 2 Ib82
THE DAILf BHJB.
Tueadny Morning Moy 2.
suDaciurrioN RATES :
By Carrier , - - - - - SO cent * per wwk ,
By Mall , - - - - 10 00 per Year.
Offlco : No. 7 Pearl Street , Near
0. E. M AYNE , Vanifrcr nty Circulation.
H. W. TILTON , City Editor.
MINOR MENTIONS ,
The lletcui company had n merry
May itarty IM * night.
Everybody should nee the six-little-
sleepyheads at Dohany'n lht evening.
Joseph Iteilcr makes suit * up tn the
latest styles at 310 Broodn ay. m > rl4-tf
Of the number of arrc ti during April
Officer Brooks takes the lead , ho hnvlng
rnn in fifteen ,
Wm. M. Fordnne , on old member of
the Phoenix hook and ladder company ,
who h.-u for some time been very ill , died
In the canes on the docket for Ram
bling und sellinc whisky , for trial In the
district court , the defendants are charged
with "keeping nuisances. "
0. Halcomb , charged with smashing
gloM In Mrs. ScoficldV house and in the
Garner school house , la to have hi ) trial
before Justice Abbott to-morrow.
Take youricclfrom | * the Blue Wagons.
Orders taken at J. T. Oliver' * , and at
Jones Bros' , Grocery. Mullhollnnd &
Co. , successors to I ) . P. Klcher. npl29-tf
There is but ono murder CMC for the
consideration of the district court , that being -
ing the ono in which Pat nnd Mike Kal
tigan are tho. accused , the case being ono
of long standing.
Permits to marry were yesterday
granted to I.udwlg Paultts and Mltm Mary
Ktlckmann , both of this city ; also to
John Frost nnd Willmcna Ilouk , of Pot-
tawattamio county , .
"Tlii Land of Nod" Is to bo given this
evening at DohanyV , when music , utatu
ry , rmnio by the Omaha fJleo club , and
by the Juvenile band , ni wall as uther at
tractions are promised ,
The coining term of the district court ,
which opens ou the 15th , promises to be
a rather busy one , There are 214 cases to
bo disposed of. Of these 101 are old ones ,
95 now ones and 48 criminal cases.
The dry goods men are now struggling
to see who can devise the most attractive
show window decorations In one of Pon-
tenfielck was yesterday displayed n Maypole
polo ol ribbons , and a May-day queen very
tastily arrrayed ,
Anew paper Isto bo Issued next Thurs
day. 1C In to be called "Tho Advance , "
and Is to l > o devoted to the causn of prohi
bition , and will bo conducted by the ex
ecutive committee of the Council Bluffs
club. Iti first Issue will bo 2,000 nnd it
will be published weekly after that during
the campaign ,
The oxncutlvo committee of the pro
hibitionists desire to luve all friends of
the cause contribute so far as possible to-
war.I defraying the expenses of tbo cam
paign. Ono friend has sent in without so
licitation a check for $25 , and others are
expected to show equal willingness to pay
toward the fund.
The ladies of the city who are Inter
ested in tbe temperance work are expect
ed to meet tn the parlor of the Baptist
church next Thursday afternoon at 2:30 :
o'clock , to make arrangements for en
gaging more actively in the work. An or
ganization will be perfected , probably , and
all are invited to bo present.
Yunkerman's beer garden seemed
lively Sunday afternoon. Many teams
gathered about the place , and the thinly
ocei did not have to alight , the foaming
but being passed outtldo. How about
enforcing tbo ordinahco regarding selling
on Sunday ? Now that Pat Lacey hai
been fined for keeping open on Sunday ,
other offenders should bo treated to n like
The ? Philharmonic club , in its cnthu-
slasm for music , has been trying to get
some first clous concert or opera troupe
hero. It has succeeded in making ar
rangements by which tbo Lotta Opera
company Is to appear hero on the 29th
inst , Lotta , us all know , Is about the
only primu donna now traveling In con
cert , and Is ono of the host. The troupe
also nas John Bkelton , a cornctlst who is
about the only ilval to Levy ; Miss Nellie
Bangs , a pianist of rare skill ; II , L ,
Cleveland , tenor ; Delia Ookford , contralto
to ; Jullui Berrghy , baritone. The com.
pany is to give a \ arled programme , In
cluding the second act from "Martha , "
with costumes nnd scenery complete , The
Philharmonic club has made a heavy
guarantee to rocuro the company , and it fx
hoped that the music lovers of the city will
gho the cntcrprine a hearty support.
OPENING TUESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY AT BLISS1.
Mueller soils music at ono-third oil' .
A now lot just received.
II. B , Borgh , agent In the revenue ser
vice , Is In the city ,
D. K. Abrams , of Burlington , Iowa ,
was at tbe PaclCo hduio yesterday.
Sam Morrison , who hat suffered to from
rheumatism , Is able tj be out vgatu ,
though on the hobble.
C , M. Whitney has returned from an
other trip , in which he has Leen stirring
up a lively business for Peregay & Moore.
Capt. W. B. Hamilton , of Des. Moinci
has been engaged by the executive com
mittee of tbe prohlhltlonlita , to put in hli
whole time during tbe campaign , in work
in Pottawattatule county.
You can got cotter bargains in toys
and fancy goods at J. Mueller's than
Grand opening of Paris millinery at
L. 0. Arbuthuol'a , 440 Broadway ,
Friday and Saturday , May 5th and
Ctli. The latest styles for spring and
summer in dress-waking and trim
mings. may2 5t
Bliss' eales of millinery was very
largo last month , because no tuch bargains -
gains weroevar offerpd before in Coun
cil Bluffs. Call andioo the prices and
goods. Jfou will 1)1) ) convinced.
A Change Co Be Made as 8001
an Water vorka Are
Pntlmoer Will Not Then Hold IK
The talk of establishing a paid fire
department is resting rather easy al
present , and although there are sev
eral of the aldermen who favor aucli
a change , yet it is thought advisable
to wait until it is seen what the waloi
works will amount to. It they are
completed and prove AS ofllciont as
expected , it is thought that it would
bo well to make the change then , and
not before , as with the use of the hy
drants and hose , a few paid men can
accomplish much toward suppressing
flames. Some who have canvassed the
matter think that with water works ,
ono steamer and four hose carts would
snfllco , and would furnish bettor pro
tection than that now given , and that
by changing into a paid department
the city would bo n gainer on many
Ono advantage will surely bo gained
by having a' paid department. The
council would not bo hold under the
sway of fear , lost by Bomo action the
department would refuse to servo. If
the men wore paid their places could
lie filled by others provided they
jhoso to quit. The hold which Pat
Lacey has had , and to some extent now
has upon the department ron-
Itrs it rnthor risky to make
my move toward putting in any
jthor man in his placo. At leant the
jouncil feel BO It has been tried bo-
'ore , and the council had to revoke its
iction , With n paid department ,
Mr. Lacey would find himself without
il whip , and the council would bo
iblu to hire such oflicors nnd men as
vcro doomed best for the interests of
.ho city. If the council should choose
o employ a man as chief who runs
inch a business as Lacey is known to
nn , the council would have to stand
ho responsibility , without oven tnu
ixcuso of fear to shield them. The
[ ucstion of a paid department is rest-
ng largely upon the completion of the
vator works enterprise , and the
ihango now seems to bo not only
irobablo , but euro to como. In that
lay Pat Lacey will lese his grip ,
A beautifully trimmed hat for ono
lollarat Bliss * .
Music , mirth , elegant costumes ,
airy scenes , dream-sprites , statuary ,
ho Schmpkor family all at Dohany'a
his evening ,
SECURED AT LAST.
Council Bluffs is to Have a
lie Bill Failed the Homo Yester
Yesterday was the day in which the
ppropriation bills for government
luildinga vroro to be. considered , and
laturally there was much eagerness to
earn whether that granting ono to
Council Bluffs tvas to bo reached. It
ookod as if it could not bo , and moajt
roro of the opinion that it would have
o go over until the first Monday in
To the surprise of all there was a
; olegram received by J. T. Hart from
IV. 0. .Tunics , who is now in Wash-
.ngton , stating that the bill had
passed the house. This glad news
sped quickly from lip to lip , and was
on all sides the cause of rejoicing.
The bill appropriates $100,000 , and
the question is now virtually Buttled.
The securing of this building entitles
Congressman Uopburn to n long
credit mark , and Mr. James doubtless
furthered the measure as far as pos
sible during his visit to the capital.
A now lot of Gondron iron-wheel
baby carriages at Muellnr'a.
TWIN1CLE , TWINKLE.
Thobtnrsancl the OfTondora Whom
They Gloainod Upon.
Despite the fuot that the ealoons
were supposed to have boon kept
closed on Sunday , there were a num
ber of citizens whoso parched throats
were so fully quenched that they at
tracted the attention of ollicora Sun
day night and yesterday morning they
woru brought boforu n different sort
of a bar.
Gcorgo Heady was ono of these.
Ho plead guilty and paid the usual 57 ,
II Hamilton , n railroader , was also
drunk , and was assessed the sumo
Hans Peterson pleaded guilty to a
like oflonae , and was taxed $8.
B , Ililos , a brick-maker , had sat
down on the sidewalk to take a rest ,
when an acquaintance caiuo up and
boqan to bother him. The two had n
Boulllo , in wh'ch the window of an ad
jacent store was smashed. An oilicoi
came along ? 7 in all.
William Warrinor and W. F , Lewh
were arrested for malicious mischief
on what is known as the Babbitt
property , it being charged that thoj
kicked open a door , tipped over ar
outhouse , and committing other like
depredations. They will have a hearing
llonry Williams was arrested for
disturbing the peace , and threatening
to carve a man with a razor.
Many articles of value have beet
missed from the farm of Horace Ev
crott , and auspicious have fallen upot
Albert Shepherd as the taker. A
warrant has been issued charging him
with larceny ,
W. Martin , the expressman , wiu
yesterday arrested for disturbing the
peace , ho having kicked at the door o !
a house of doubtful reputation. He
waa assessed $9.
Bargains in Checkering and Woboi
pianos at J. Mueller's.
BOUNCED FROM BED ,
Colored Blood Skipt
Out Into the Darkness
An Irrvto Step Fnthor , a Smnnhoc
Chain , and n Oonornl Mid-
There was a lively midnight must
on Mills street Sunday night. A
colored family has resided there fci
some time , consisting of a man , hit
alleged wife , and a dusky maiden ,
the daughter of the woman , and sort
of stop-daughter to the man. The
colored man is away from homo much
of the time , and during his absence ,
which sometimes is for weeks , there
inva boon soon so many young men
visiting the house so frequently that
; ho auspicions of neighbors have been
somewhat arouiod as to the nature of
.ho business being carried on thoro.
Sunday night the head of the
lousohold was at homo , but oven this
'act did not deter ono dusky young
follow from skipping into the house ,
and seeking the girl's room. His
presence in the house was evidently
liscpvored about 1 o'clock , when a
orriblo crash was hoard , and screams ,
ihouls , threats and blows were hoard.
The young fellow came flying out of
ho rear door clad simply in the suit
of black with which nature had pro
vided him , and a strange contrast
with its duskiness fluttered a whita
jarmont , which was the only bit of
iecdlo-work visible as ho shot out
hrough the yard. Following him
came the relics of a wooden chair
which had boon broken over his head ,
fho man of the house screamed
ustily for his revolver to shoot the in-
ruder with , but the woman had
tiddcn this , and thus a dark
ragody was spared. The mid-
light lovpr having disappeared ,
hero remained nothing to be done
xcopt tor the man , woman and girl
o quarrel among themselves , and
icy kept up a lively quarrel for sov-
iral hours , the girl weeping and pro
eating , the man howling for von-
cancu and threatening to shoot the
pung man , the woman charging the
( irl with having taken too much boor
ing thus forgetting her honor , and
.he trio making night hideous.
The young follow who raised all
bis rumpus had BO soroja head yes-
ordny that ho was not able to show
ip , The chair had proved too much
or him. Ho mournoth greatly , too ,
ver the loss of his Sunday suit ,
which ho hesitates about applying for
under the circumstances
J. Mueller has a few more upright
nd square pianos to rent.
Those who want to BOO the dreams
which flit through the brain of sleepy
hildhood , should visit Dohany's to
THE CITY COUNCIL-
Proceedings of the Regular Mooting
At the regular mooting of the coun-
il last evening the mayor presided
and Aldermen Goulden , No well ,
Eiohor , Wood and Siedontopf were
present. The city clerk was appointed
clerk of the superior court , salary to
> o fixed hereafter. .
The auditor reported the bills al-
owed in March by the present coun
cil to have boon § 817 , and in April
The licenses collected in April
were $1,955. The expenses for May
wore estimated at $1,000. The city
vuighmaster requested permission to
ocato his own scales at the intersec
tion of Pearl and Main streets.
Aldermen Siodontopf , Wood and
Guuldon were appointed to settle the
whole matter of city scales with power
; o act.
Mayor Bowman recommended that
M powder houses bo removed beyond
the city limits. Concurred In , and
notice to bo given to have said houses
removed within six months.
The Nonpareil was made the oflicial
pnper , it being the only applicant.
The judiciary committee reported a
new saloon ordinance , leaving amount
of liconHO blank. The council refused
to fill the blank and the ordinance
was laid over until the first meeting
Don't miss the chance offered atDo-
liany's this evening , to visit dream-
and nnd hoar the king of the land of
Nod holding court.
Baby carriages , bicycles , velocipedes
and children's wagons at Mueller's.
Knocked Down by a Runaway.
A girl employed at thoMotropolitan
total was knocked down by a run
away horse on Bancroft street last
night nnd quite badly hurt.
Ic Hoacla the List
Of all other preparations or medicines.
In cases of nausea , headache , dizdutai or
irregularities of the Bybtcm , ButiDOCK
liiooi ) llrmiis have no c < ) iml. They
never fail In t-tfording immediate relief.
Price S1.00. 28-dlw
Choice t. usio to-night by the Omaha
Qloo club and the Juvenile band at
. . .
To the Temperance Workers of Potta-
wattamlo County ,
Every township in the county that
has not already done so is requested
to hold a meeting at the earliest pos
sible day and appoint a township pro
hibitory amendment committee of
three , the names of which should bo
reported to L. W. Tulloys , secretary
of the executive committee , Council
The friends of temperance are re
quested to net promptly and Bond in
these lumofi at once.
a7-4t EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ,
Chicago Herald's Des Moiuos cor
respondence : "Clary , the now man-
ugor of the Mail Car , was caught in
ilagranto diliotu last night , and given
a terrible borting by the injured hus
band , They are trying to com-
promuo the matter , and keep it quiet ,
but several got to know it while it
was going on ,
ELECTRIC ALARMS ,
A Favorable Keport Made Foi
Having the City Provided
The Co t EAlimntod at About Oat
Thoaftnnil Dollar * to Stnrt on.
The council committee to whom
was referred the question of having
the city provided with nn electric fire
alarm ; hnvo investigated the matter ,
and last nifeht presented their report ,
it being favorable to the establishment
of auch a system. The plan is to start
with twenty boxes stationed in vari
ous parts of the city , as may bo de
cided upon by the council. The
Wcstor * Union hoa given permission
to have the wires run along their tele
graph poles , so there will bo a saving
in that respect. Theao boxes are each
to bo numbered , and an alarm can bo
turned in directly from any ono of
stations to the engine house , so that
there would bo much time saved , not
or.ly in giving the alarm , but also in
informing the department just where
to go. On many occasions under the
present way of working , the alarms
ire so long in reaching the engine
house , and the direction of the fire is
so indefinite that much time is lost.
It is estimated that the cost of in
augurating the system with twenty
stations will bo about $1,000. This
sum will bo slightly increased from
time to time , without doubt , oa like
amp-pouts , citizens in different locali
ties will from time to time petition the
council for boxes in their particular
It is proposed to have cards printed
with the numbers of the boxes and
.heir locality , so that officials and citi
zens can be duly informed. These
vill doubtless soon bo [ supplemented
jy like cards sent out by merchants
and others for advertising purposes.
Mrs. Wn'lace. ' Buffalo. N. Y , writes :
"I have used liuitDoct BLOOD BITTEKS
'or nervous and bilious headaches , and
mvo recommended them to my friends ; I
jellevo them superior to any other medicine -
cine I hnvo used , and can recommend
to anyone requiring a cure for bil-
ousncss. " Price $1.00. 28-dlw
COUNCIL BLUFFS SPECIAL
NOTICK. Special advertisements , 14 i
Lost , Found , To Loan , For Sale , To Kent ,
Wants , Boarding , etc. , will bo Inserted In thli
column at the low rate o ! TEN CENTS PER
LINE ( or the Drat Insertion and FIVE CENTU
PER LINE for each subsequent Insertion.
Leave fulv ertlscmenU at our office , No. 7
Pearl Street , near llroadway.
Situation hr a boy at $12 a month
WANTED or herding citt'o. Address
Urn. K : A. King , Council > luffs. nmy2-3t
WANTED.-Six coipcrs at once. Joseph
HOBS , Hroitdnay , Council Bluffs , a 20 Ot
ANTKD Boarders bv d y or week. Fur-
W nUhed rooms. 200 4th street.
apr0 Ot *
\TTANTED Everybody n Council Blufla lo
YY to take TUB BBI , 20 cents per week , de
llvcred by carrion. Offlco , No 7 Pearl Street'
To buy 100 tons broom com.
For particulars address Council Blufli
Uroora Factory , Council BluQs , Iowa. 668-2011
For Sale and Rent
KENT I'art or whole ol nice residence ,
Foil Kill sell on easy terms. Apply at lleo
IOU 8ALK Illack and white Settfr pup , by
F JiuicsDojIc Council IHudi , In. m2-6t *
771OR RENT Front loom , furnished or un-
1) ) ( arnlshid , with or n Ithout board. 7th street
Iwtwoen > 111 und 9th avo.
may2-5t TYLEH CUllillN'OS.
SALE Seven ar s ol land adjoining the
FOR . Inquire of J. t , . Stacy , llrmtcr St.
" 1710H KENT Furnished room near buelnea *
JL' part ol tlty. Mrs. J. B. Stacy , Mynster St.
RENT T o p'easint rooms In very do-
FOR location , tlthcr furnUhcd or utfurn-
lined ; suitable for ladles or gantlemon.
aprll-tf J.V. . SIJUUIK & CO.
" 171 OR BALE Beautiful residence lots , SCO
1 } each ; nothing down , and $1pcrmonUi only ,
by EX-MAYOR VAUQ11AN
J710K UKNT Dochtcll'a Hotel , mklJIo DrooJ.
Jj way , Council B uHs , Ion a ; U a well-known
house ; beat locution In thu city StaDlIng In-
oluilul. Cull on or addrcs <
apllO 1m I'BTKU llKCUTf.t.1/ .
"I Oll aAI.K-\\eibtrJrund , or Woman's
_ ! } Frlond , IIio tiat inrman dl co\ory ,
I'ofltivoctiru [ nr fcmalo ncakuou In all Its
various ( onusanil slajto" . At
apriaim UEIIAVKN'S Druj Store.
ITJOH RKNT KurnMicd room * , s. w tor , 6th
JJ A\v. andllth ttrcct. aprlg 2w *
F" KENT. Two 820 IIOUBO undone tore ,
320 I ) road ay. A ) > 1 > 1 >
aprll-lm" A U. WILSON.
17011 SALE Old tuners SEa per hundred , at
L1 The Ike. ol'.lce. Council UluOa.
OR HKNT Largo house , centrally located ,
nice grounds , etc. , $ . ! 5 per month. Enquire
t Ill-it nllicn anll-tf
EXCKL'sUM QALLEHY still alirail ; ovory-
thliiK reuly for sprint ; traJr. Views tiiten
lor UlhOjrtpUc purposes , licet work In city.
aprl ( tf
TOST Attcld carird Hi K Ictwcrn Broadway
J and the tnnifrr , l t October Khodol-
Uu toward xlll he nM uy leatlng taint al this
otllse. mitt 6t
. W. L. I'ATTON-Phjilclan and Oculist.
Can cure any caw ol eorc eye * . U \ > only
a matter ol time , and can cure generally In
from thrte to ( he Hicks-It inakc * no differ
ence how long dUcastd. Will straighten croes
eyes , operate anil rtmoro I'tyrtgtnius , etc. , and
Intert artificial ejcs. apfr-tf
A NYONK WANTING comennequilttyhroom
\ . corn seed can pit It hy urltlni ; to
plS tl 1' . T.JMAYNE , Council Bluffs.
One o ! the best second-class Hotels In the
West U the
BROADWAY HOTEL ,
A. E DIldWN , Proprietor ,
Nos 631 and 536 BroadwayCouncil lllufls.Iowa.
T M supplied with the best tbe market af
ford ! . Ucod rooms and firit-clui bed * . Term *
> ery reasonable.
SCANDINAVIAN HOTEL ,
H , Anderson , - - Proprietor ,
732 Lower Broadway ,
Table supplied u Ith the beet the market at-
ford * Tcrms3.Maiid 4I.OOiH'r eck. Trautlent
11,00 per day.
UNION AVENUE HOTEL.
817 Lower Broadway ,
Mrs. 0. Gerspacher & Son.
FIRST GLASS HOTEL AT REA
SONABLE PRICES. TRANSIENTS
HOTEL itm RENT. GOOD REASONS
TOO UTTERLY UTTER
BOSTON TEA GO.
Are Supplying the Aesthetic
Wants of the Public in
With Everything in Staples at
the Lowest Prices.
Fresh Roast Coflees ,
Ghioce Drawing Teas.
Boston Tea Co.
16 Main St. and 15 Pearl St. ,
' Council Bluffs ,
Road , Track , Coach & Livery
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY.
E. II. SHERMAN , Business Manager.
WM. CURlSTOrilEH , Mechanical Manager.
124 S. Main St. . Council Bluffs , la.
GOLD ! GOLD ! GOLD !
Jripht and yellow nnd Inrd and cold ,
tlolten , graven , hnrnmercd nnd roll'd ,
loavy to pet and licht to hold ;
Inardcd , battered , bought and sold ,
Stolen , borrowed , squandered , and doled ;
Spurned by the young , Lut hugged by the
To the very verge of the churchyard
? rico of many a ciime untold.
GOLD ! GOLD !
If you want to have gold yon must
pend your money to the very bestadvant-
ige. Do business with caxh in en , and
vhero only one price will be asked or
"A tree is known by its fruit "
A store by its prices.
ONE THING CERTAIN
Dur prices are right. Our business is a
-uarantee thiH fair dealing is our watch-
ivord. XLCRisour motto. Our bust-
less is in a most healthy condition. Every
department is doing good work. Canned
3oods are going off very cheap , Teas
nd Coffees a choice assortment. Fancy
Shelf Goods for the million. Come and
eo us , wo will do you pood.
F , J , OSBOBNE & GO , ,
162 Broadway , Opposite Ogden
IRON WORK ,
ENGINES , BOILERS , MINING
GE ERAL MACHINERY
Office and Works , Main Street ,
DOUNOIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Wo give special attention to
Stamp Mills , Smelting Furnaces ,
GENERAL MILL MAOHINEEY ,
SBNBBAL REPAIR WORK
will receive prompt attention. A general as
Brass Goods. Belting , Pining ,
AND SUPPLIES FOR
Foundry , Pig Iron , Ooke , Coal ,
OHAS , HENDBIE ,
L OSCAR WILDE 2 ,
Bixby & Wood ,
) n Bancroft or ( Fourth Streets' )
J. M. PALMER ,
AND LOAN AGENT ,
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
Drs ; Woodbury & Son ,
Cor. Pcatl & lit Ave. COUNCIL DLUFF8.
MAURBR & ORAIO ,
ARTISTIC POTTERY ,
Rich Out Glass , Flno French China ,
Silver Ware &o. ,
to luoiPWAT. . COUNCIL DLurra. IOWA.
MES , H , J , HILTON , M , D. ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ,
222 Broadway , Council Blng
W B A11ENT. JACOD 81118
AMENT & SIMS ,
Attorneys & OounsellorB-at-Law ,
OOUNOUj BLUPFfl. IOWA.
HARKNESS , ORCUTT & CO. ,
A iT'B' v / ? * & A Tik Tnnm TPT ' "i' < fS Tn
AFD CAEPET HOITSK
Broadway , Cor. Fourth St. ,
Council Bluffs , Iowa.
The Boston Times , Sunday Mornine1 , April
16,1882 , :
A Hano an hour is the product of IM :
the manufactory of Mesarg. Obiokering &
Sons in this city , Possibly thu assertion
requires a few wrds of explanation. TJ
There are sixty working h airs eac-h w ek ,
and since the .year 1882 came in , the
number of pianos finished by. this firm s
.A. averages over Eixty-one per -week.
.A.O J. MUELLER , i
Agent for NebniEka and lovm ,
103 South 5tli Street.
COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOWA.
F. F. FORD
Guarantees the Best $1.50 , $1.75 and $2.00 .
Bluff and fillow Streets , Cornell Bluffs.
Mirrors , Upholstery. Bepairine , Etc. . Wood and Metallic Coffins.
No. 436 Broadway , Cor. Bryant St. , Council Blufls , Iowa.
UNION BAKERY ,
517 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
THE BEST BREAD IN THE OI'lY. None but first-class Bakers
lOjployod. Bread , Cake , Pies , &c. , delivered to any part of the city. Our
Wagons run all day.
P. AYRES , Proprietor.
M E T C A L F B R O S. ,
WHOLESALE DKALKUS IN
Hats , Caps , Straw Goods , and Buck Gloves.
CHICAGO PRICES DUPLICATED.
REAL ESTATE AGENT ,
las For Sale , Town Lots , Improved and Unimproved , also , Railroad Lands ,
and a number 01 Well Improvopd Farms , both in Iowa nnd Nebraska.
Office with W. S. MAYNK , ever Savings Bank , - OOUVOILi BLUFS
THE VERY LATEST STYLES OF
Wall Paper and Window Shades
" 3 And the Largest Assortment to Select iTrom.
Paper Hanging and Interior Decorating
Done iii the IJatevt Style of Modern Art *
Geo. R. Beard , 11 Pearl St. Council Bluffs.
. A. liEKUE , W. nun i AH i W. DEEBE
C. A. BEEBE & CO ,
Wholesale and It eta 11 Dealers In
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY ,
Nos. 207 & 209 Broadway , Council Bluffs.
Irs. J , E. letcalfe and liss Belle Lewis
Are now dealing In all kinds of fancy goods , tnch as Laces , Embroideries , Ladles' Undciwci
f all descriptions. Also liandfcerchlofg , both In tllk and linen , liosu ol all Kindt , thread , pi
coillcs , ttc , . Wo hope the laciles will cull and ecu our stock ol ( 'oods at 630 Broadway biforo -
E : J. DAVIS , 13 PEARL STREET ,
ZEPHYRS , GERMANTOWN AND FANCY YARNS
f All Kind B. A Full Line of Canvas , Felts , Embroidery , Knitting
Siiki and Stamped GoodsNioo Afiiortnnnt of Appliqno Pictures
Z. T. LINDSEY & CO. ,
412 BROADWAY , COUNCIL BLUFFS , IOVA
And mmm SQUABE , CLARINDA IOWA ,
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